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Fatal Crashes Rise in Georgia Work Zones

Fatal crashes in Georgia work zones spiked in recent years. The victims are drivers, passengers, and pedestrians such as workers on road projects. Areas of construction on the road remain highly dangerous places despite restricted speed limits and other safeguards....

Why Ejection Car Crashes Have a Higher Death Rate

Ejection car crashes are among the most dangerous kind of wrecks. Often when a driver or a passenger is thrown through a windshield they lose their life or suffer critical injuries. A man died in a wreck that closed all lanes of I-85 for nearly two hours in March in...

Atlanta Police Officer Was Hurt in Four Car Crash

Law enforcement and highway patrol officers face dangers on a daily basis on the highways of Georgia. Recently, an Atlanta police officer was hurt in a four-car crash. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution noted the police officer was treated at a local hospital after the...

The Sentence for Impaired Driving in Georgia

Road deaths are rising nationwide and impaired driving in Georgia remains a major cause of deaths. More than 1,500 people lost their lives in Georgia in 2016. Across the United States, 40,200 people were killed in accidents making 2016 the deadliest year on the...